We always welcome visitors. There are no set visiting hours. However, please be considerate of other patients during night hours
Although we do not have a formal policy stating visitation guidelines, we suggest using the common areas of the facility to meet with your loved one. If it is not possible to visit in one of the common areas, we suggest a limit of one to three people in a resident room at one time.
You may reserve the dining room or activity room for any special event (birthday, holidays, meals) in advance with Stefanie Fortini.
We encourage children to visit, however, we ask you to alert the charge nurse to anyone visiting the facility under the age of 12.
We would love for your family pet to come visit. We will need a copy of your pet’s vaccinations. Please remember to clean up after them and take the proper safety measures at all times. All pets should be kept on a leash.
Our Doctor and Nurse Practitioner are available 5 days a week in our facility and on-call 24/7 to provide prompt diagnosis and medical treatment for our Residents.
Patients may have a leave of absence only with MD authorization, which can be arranged through nursing staff. The resident or responsible party upon arrival and departure must sign the LOA (leave of absence) book, located at the nursing stations.
Definitely. Mail is delivered to patients personally on a daily basis except for weekends and holidays.
Issaquah Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Attn: Room No.
805 Front Street South
Issaquah, WA 98027
For the safety and welfare of all patients and staff, Issaquah Nursing & Rehabilitation Center has a supervised, private smoking patio.
We always want our patients to be comfortable; if space permits, small personal items from the resident’s home are always welcome.
Bed linens, hospital gowns, and towels are provided and laundered by the facility. If you would prefer to do laundry for your loved one, please inform the charge nurse/social services designee.
Free parking is available on our spacious grounds. Please observe all posted city parking signs. Avoid parking in spaces specifically reserved for the handicapped, employees, and physicians.
Consistent with the provision of special diets, always consult with the nursing staff before bringing food to patients. Any food kept in the resident room must be in properly sealed containers.
We recommend approximately five changes of clothing and a pair of comfortable rubber-soled shoes. All articles should be washed, clearly labeled with the resident’s name in permanent ink, and entered into the patient’s personal inventory log in the medical chart. Other personal items should be marked or engraved for identification. We advise that patients do not keep valuable jewelry or large amounts of cash in the facility.
Blouses (with front snaps)
Walking Shoes (non-skid soles; velcro)
Sweaters (with large buttons)
Shirts (button down suggested)
Walking Shoes (non-skid soles; velcro)
Personal Laundry: There is no charge for personal laundry, however families may wish to do their loved ones laundry but must bring in a plastic hamper for dirty clothes and ensure laundry is done at least once a week in order to comply with state hygiene regulations.
Clothing and Laundry Tips: All personal clothing is washed in an industrial washing machine at a temperature of 180-degrees. Make sure your loved ones clothing is appropriate for washing and drying in these hot temperatures. Clothing that requires cold or warm water or special care is subject to damage and fading. All clothing must be labeled. Please label the clothing with the resident, NOT the room number or initials. Mark clearly and in large letters on the inside neckline or waistband. All items must be marked including socks, shoes, and other personal items.
Private phone access is available to every resident.
All of the rooms already have free cable television in them but if you would like to bring in your own television from home, please consult with our maintenance director to ensure proper placement according to county fire codes.
Issaquah Nursing and Rehabilitation Center has a vibrant atmosphere with dynamic, individualized activities that match the capabilities and needs of patients and their guests. We also have an active resident council as well as volunteer programs. Scheduled activities include: music, fitness activities, religious meetings, outside entertainment, games, gardening, and volunteer involvement. If you would like to arrange something special or have suggestions and ideas for individual or group activities, please inform our activities director. We welcome and encourage involvement from family and friends.
Medicare patients will be seen 5 days a week. HMO patient’s rehab will be determined by insurance, usually 3 to 5 days a week.
Patients must have a Medicare card that reads “Hospital Insurance”. They must also be admitted to the facility with a physician order within 30 days of a three consecutive night hospital stay. Generally, during the first 20 days of care, Medicare will pay 100%. For days 21-100, a $164.50 daily co-insurance rate is required. Medicare does not cover skilled nursing fees over 100 days.
Patients must have a Medicare card that reads “Hospital Insurance.” They must also be admitted to the facility with a physician order within 30 days of a three consecutive night hospital stay. Generally, during the first 20 days of care, Medicare will pay 100%. For days 21-100, a $141.50 daily co-insurance rate is required. Medicare does not cover skilled nursing fees over 100 days.
Skilled Nursing Care
$200/day semi-private room
$200/day 3-bed room
$200/day 4-bed room
Daily rates include room and board; three meals per day served in the main dining or rehabilitative dining areas, tray service plus snacks – special diets upon physician order; daily assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs), i.e., dressing, bathing, ambulation, personal hygiene and needs; daily housekeeping service; bed and bathroom linens (less incontinent care linens); administration of medications as prescribed by either attending/alternate physician; 24-hour supervision by licensed Nursing personnel (R.N. or L.V.N.) and Certified Nursing Assistants; assistance with feeding; planned activities, recreational and occupational programs; drug regimen review; social services consultation; discharge planning and referral service; and furnished rooms in accordance with State and Federal regulatory agencies.